♦ Well Child Exams
♦ Medical Home – routine / regular appointments for the medical management of chronic diseases
♦ Nutritional & Wellness Counseling
♦ Immunizations referral
♦ Sexually Trans. Infection Testing & referral
♦ Pregnancy Testing and care referral to established care partners
♦ Birth Control referral to established care partners
♦ Well Woman Exams referral to established care partners
♦ Low cost Routine Lab testing with provider appointment
♦ Same day Random Blood Sugar & Hemoglobin A1C testing with provider appointment
♦ Comprehensive Diabetes, High Blood Pressure, and Cholesterol disease management & education
♦ Specialist referrals for medical home patients
♦ Low cost Vision Exams and eyeglasses includes screening for diabetic retinopathy
Flu Clinic 2014
To prepare you and your family for the upcoming flu season we have prepared a list of frequently asked questions.
When is your Flu Clinic Scheduled in 2014?
- Flu Clinic will be on October 21, October 28, November 4 and November 18 from 4 pm to 7 pm at No Charge at 8352 Commonwealth Ave. Buena Park, CA 90621 (For all injectables and Flu Mist)
Who can get the mist?
- Healthy children, adolescents, and adults ages 2-49.
Who should come in for the Influenza Vaccine?
- Anyone can and should get the flu vaccine, especially children between the ages of 6 months and 19 years as well as parents and caretakers. Remember protecting ourselves is great way to protect our children!
- Pregnant women should be vaccinated after the first trimester.
- Some children have chronic medical conditions and are considered high risk and should be vaccinated. If your child is over the age of 5 years and has one or more of the conditions listed below they MUST have an appointment to allow for a review of his/her condition at which point we will administer the injectable vaccine at their visit. It is recommended these children see a pediatric physician to determine the administration of the flu vaccine.
- Complex cardiac disease
- Kidney disease
- Diabetes Mellitus
- Asthma: ONLY if the child required evaluation by a physician for exacerbated symptoms within the past year.